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Setting feature and match rules with CAE
In CAE, component properties can be edited either for components on the palette or for components that are part of an application. If a component's properties are set for a component on the palette, all instances of this component will inherit these settings. Individual component instances being ...
Setting feature and match rules for Eclipse components on portal server
Eclipse components can be hosted as portlets on portal server. When provisioned as components of composite applications, they inherit the feature and match rules as defined on portal server. These rules specify the version of the feature and the matching rule which determines the allowed updates ...
Debugging portal applications
If you are in doubt whether all your settings that you did in your portal application do really hit your Expeditor client, you can easily verify what Portal sends down to your clients. Log on to your portal with the userid that you use in your Home Portal Account in Expeditor. Hit the following ...
Debugging NSF applications
This article explains how to debug NSF (or Lotus Notes) components. Debugging and troubleshooting composite applications in general is covered in this article. Use the following guidelines and tips when logging and debugging NSF components: The LotusScript debugger may be helpful in debugging NSF ...
Debugging and Troubleshooting NSF Components Debugging Portal applications
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